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byDewey, John, 1859-1952; Findlay, J. J. (Joseph John), b. 1860
Introduction.--The child and the curriculum.--Essays from the Elementary school record: no.1. The kindergarten. no.2. General principles of work, educationally considered. no.3. Historical development of inventions and occupations. no.4. Children of eight years of age. no.5. Psychology of occupations. no.6. Reflective attention. no.7. The aim of history in elementary education. no.8. The psychology of the elementary curriculum Topics: Education, Educational psychology
Introduction.--pt. I. Passages to illustrate the view taken by historians at different periods of the objects and methods of history.--pt. II. Passages illustrating the method and style adopted by historians at different periods: 1. Anglo-Saxon chronicle. 2. Capgrave's Chronicle of England. 3. The Earl of Clarendon. 4. David Hume. 5. Edward Gibbon. 6. Lord Macaulay. 7. Thomas Carlyle. 8. Samuel Rawson Gardiner Topics: Historians -- Great Britain, Historiography, genealogy